November 2016 Issue
The rulings came quickly this past summer in a steady drumbeat that pleased progressives and disappointed conservatives.
- Who's to blame for poisoning of Flint's water?
- Lead litigation beyond Flint
- Trans-Pacific Partnership raises question: How should governments and corporations resolve disputes?
- Firm rolls out wellness coaching and 'emotional fitness' classes for employees
- Lawyer creates heartbreak museum
- New books explore polarization of politics and judiciary
- Partnership makes practice easier for lawyers who have military spouses
- 10 Questions: 'Sledgehammer Shannon' defends workers in sharing economy
- Lawyer storytellers break free from the clock to deliver persuasive arguments
- Texas lawyers may use competitors’ names in keyword marketing
- Parenthetical Habits: On the use and overuse of parentheses and brackets
The National Pulse
Supreme Court Report
Business of Law
- At TBD Law conference, lawyers share practice innovations
- Uncertainty about Brexit gives UK lawyers a boost
- Cybersecurity insurance is a ‘must have’ for law firms
- For an expert witness, consider reputation, location and cost
- Who's afraid of cybercrime?
- ABA's new Center for Innovation will drive efforts for new methods of delivering legal services
- LA lawyer blends her enthusiasm for art with a career in the law
- Lawyer focuses his legal efforts on protecting pets' rights
- ABA Announcements